For some time we have been witnessing that some eligible voters do not use their rights of voting during elections and after the results are out, they repent about the constitution of the government. So far the voting percentage has been 50 to 60% of the eligible voters who are about 65% of the inhabitants in the Country. It means that about 40% of the public exercise their voting rights and that 40% is further divided into various political parties/independents. If this is further divided to get a party having the largest seats, the representation goes down further and in result, the minority of the voters get the right to decide who will run the government. Here, the question of compulsory voting becomes relevant. If all of the eligible voters exercise their franchise, hope that a government with the majority back-up may rise. There may be some problems for some voters on account of their medical problems or they may not be near their voting booths at the time of the election due to their pre-occupation. For them, the Election Commission can arrange on-line voting or voting booth of their convenience.

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